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Monday, October 02, 2023

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Grant Holloway became the first collegiate athlete to break the 13-second mark in the 110-meter hurdle with his time of 12.98 seconds over the weekend.

Holloway’s dominance highlights track and field season

Grant Holloway raised his arms in celebration as he crossed the line to win his sixth high-hurdle championship. The junior from Chesapeake, Virginia, never left a national championship hurdle race without a gold medal. Now he will turn professional, according to coach Mike Holloway, leaving UF as one of the most decorated track athletes in the history of the NCAA and one of the best athletes to ever come through Gainesville.  

Megan Reed has the seventh best javelin throw in UF history (48.67m). 

Softball player turned javelin thrower concludes multi-sport UF career

The Florida softball team had just won its second national championship in as many years. Robert Reed watched his freshman daughter, Megan, sprint from the dugout with the rest of the 2015 squad to join the celebratory dogpile. The moment for Robert was bittersweet. His daughter was now a national champion, but she was also no longer a softball player, a sport she’d been in for fifteen years.

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